Biden Friend Meghan McCain – “one of the great tragedies…is anti-vaxxers”

Meghan McCain, friend of Joe Biden, just said that “one of the great tragedies of the past 10 to 15 years of my life is anti-vaxxers.” The apple never fell far from the tree.

In 2008, news broke that the government conceded that vaccines caused Hannah Poling’s autism. Just as the story was breaking, Senator John McCain was asked about the concession by a parent at a town hall meeting. Sufficiently cornered, Senator McCain had to tell the truth.

“There’s strong evidence that it’s got to do with a preservative in vaccines,” McCain told the parent regarding the mercury-based additive thimerosal.

Then in an act of complete betrayal, McCain gave former Senate Majority Leader and GlaxoSmithKline puppet Bill Frist a speaking slot at the Republican National Convention. Hijacking the War on Terror for his pharmaceutical donor’s agenda, Frist had tried to block thimerosal litigation against vaccine makers by slipping a rider into the Homeland Security Bill. “The lawsuits are of such magnitude that they could put vaccine producers out of business and limit our capacity to deal with a biological attack by terrorists,” Frist’s advisor claimed to Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Bill Frist is the reason Autism Investigated’s future editor wrote in Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s name on the presidential ballot instead of voting for John McCain. In Frist’s convention speech endorsing McCain’s nomination for president, Frist said:

John McCain understands that health diplomacy can be a powerful antidote to terrorism.

America did not benefit from Obama’s presidency, and it also did not benefit from McCain’s “health diplomacy” approved by Frist. Barack Obama and Meghan McCain are both endorsing Joe Biden. However, McCain can thank career politicians like Joe Biden, Barack Obama and her dad for President Trump.

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